July 29, 2013
Mind Melding Mice
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False memories have been implanted into mice, scientists say....
A team was able to make the mice wrongly associate a benign environment with a previous unpleasant experience from different surroundings. One day they hope to remove fear associated with the conditions of PTSD.
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RANT! Town Cryer! 8/1/13
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Austin Police Officer Shoots Unarmed Man In Neck
APD: Man killed in officer-involved shooting not connected to robbery http://www.myfoxaustin.com/story/2296... Austin police released new information about an officer-involved shooting that occurred before a bank robbery on Friday. Police can now confirm the 32-year-old man who was shot and killed in central Austin has no connection with the robbery at Benchmark Bank. - Watch now
Thursday: The Nightly News. Pentagon Awards Contracts To Al Qaeda In Afghanistan & NATO Gives Them Free Ammo. Plus, Operation Paul Revere 1st Place Winner
On The August 1, 2013 Broadcast of The Infowars Nightly News, David Knight speaks with Operation Paul Revere First Place Winner Michael Dohrmann. News Covered: Pentagon Has Awarded Contracts To Al Qaeda In Afghanistan. NATO Leaves Live Munitions Behind At Abandoned Afghan Bases. The Pentagon's Secret Wars: You Don't Have The Right To Know. Security Consultant Heckles NSA Head: Shouts "Freedom!"; "Read The Constitution" Snowden's Father Calls Out Obama On Nuremberg Crimes, U.S.: Extreme Disappointment In Russia's Asylum For Snowden. - Watch now
Thursday: The Alex Jones Show. NSA Director Tries Recruiting At Black Hat Hacker Convention - Gets Heckled Instead. Russia Gives Snowden Asylum.
On the Thursday, August 1 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex analyzes the letter to Obama penned by Snowden's father's legal counsel, comparing his administration's persecution of the NSA whistleblower to the war crimes addressed during the Nuremberg trials, claiming civil disobedience is necessary to obviate unjust laws or practices. Alex also breaks down the heckling of NSA head General Keith Alexander at a security conference in Las Vegas Wednesday as he faced an upset, privacy and liberty-minded audience. On today's show, Alex welcomes World Net Daily CEO, editor and columnist Joseph Farah to discuss Obama's ramped up surveillance state in the face of public and congressional criticism, as well as fallout from the George Zimmerman verdict and the possible contention of conservative libertarian Rand Paul for the GOP's nomination. - Watch now